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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    If anyone misses the show, you can go to nbc.com and view the last episode to air online. If anyone has missed some of the older episodes, and has an interest in finding them online, send me a PM. I know people who know people.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    What sucks is this series will be going up against 24 come January.

    Stupid TV executives.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    this is the only new show that i'm watching this year...i absolutely love it...

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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy View Post
    What sucks is this series will be going up against 24 come January.

    Stupid TV executives.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Sylar is Future-Peter, who finds out that by eating people's brains he can steal their powers permanently. Future-Peter and Future-Hiro fought each other, and though Future-Hiro hurt Future-Peter (you look different without your scar), Future-Peter stole some of Future-Hiro's mojo to shunt himself back in time and take out the Heroes before they become aware enough of their abilities to defeat him.

    That's my theory. Oh, and this is the only new series of the season I'm watching. Not only is it genre, it's good genre.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go View Post
    Sylar is Future-Peter, who finds out that by eating people's brains he can steal their powers permanently. Future-Peter and Future-Hiro fought each other, and though Future-Hiro hurt Future-Peter (you look different without your scar), Future-Peter stole some of Future-Hiro's mojo to shunt himself back in time and take out the Heroes before they become aware enough of their abilities to defeat him.

    That's my theory. Oh, and this is the only new series of the season I'm watching. Not only is it genre, it's good genre.
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    Sylar is a brain-eating zombie, Peter is Harry Potter.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    I just caught up with all the episodes. My question: do we know who the black guy that "hollows out" people and walks around with Claire's adoptive dad is? I was assuming he was Sylar, but I'm not sure if that's right at all.

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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Anyone notice that the picture of Mohinder's father (from the back of his book) changed from one of Erick Avari to some random guy?

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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Someone give me a heads up when they start to show repeats from the beginning. I'd like to pick up this show.
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    TeamCasey: All of the shows are available online if you want to catch up.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    So what did everyone think of last nights episode? Some pretty good plot turns I thought, this show could potentially run for a very, very long time.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    After reading all these great reviews, I watched it last night for the first time. I agree, it's a pretty cool show.

    I went to their website, and they only have last nights show available for replay. Does anyone know if you can see the first 5 shows from anywhere online?
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    I'm thinking maybe that Ali Larter's character is Sylar - the alter ego
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Is Ali Larter's character dead? It was made to seem so, but I think not.

    Puffy, interesting theory, but why did they say "only take the one" when they kidnapped Petrelli from the hotel room? It would imply that they are aware of her powers, but are not working with her.

    What do you think the powers of the female mole are, if any? Why is it so important to keep Suresh around?

    So many more questions. A great show. Smallville for a older, larger audience.
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